Dackman, a sexually active young woman, was traumatized by a diagnosis of breast cancer and the prospect of facing life as a "single-breasted woman. Recovering from a mastectomy, and attempting to cope with an altered body image, she found little practical advice for resuming her sex life.
Dackman, a sexually active young woman, was traumatized by a diagnosis of breast cancer and the prospect of facing life as a "single-breasted woman. So she recorded her personal experiences in this graphically descriptive guide, which is packed with intimate details of her sexual escapades as a post-mastectomy patient. She includes much information about breast reconstruction.
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Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago. It's wonderful having an honest perspective from a patient. I have really enjoyed reading it and plan to recommend it to my patients in the future.
Опубликовано: 30 нояб. 2015 г. Up Front: Sex and the Post-Mastectomy Woman.
Items related to Up Front: Sex and the Post-Mastectomy Woman. Following the trauma of a mastectomy, Dackman, a museum public relations director in San Francisco, found little help in books or support groups regarding the effects of the operation on sexuality. Linda Dackman Up Front: Sex and the Post-Mastectomy Woman. ISBN 13: 9780670823246. Dackman details her surgery and breast reconstruction and goes on to describe altered relationships with family, friends and lovers.
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Each time she met someone new, Linda had to struggle with when and how to tell, and then how to behave in intimate situations. In the beginning, she would blurt out her history almost immediately, frightening herself and her date. Gradually she got to a point where she was able to wait till the third or fourth meeting and discuss it without upsetting herself or her companion.